Justin Bieber Unveils Release Date, Cover Art For New Album 'Changes'

Premiere Of YouTube Original's "Justin Bieber: Seasons" - Red Carpet

Premiere Of YouTube Original's "Justin Bieber: Seasons" - Red Carpet

Justin Bieber has unveiled the artwork, title and release date of his brand new album.

Last night (January 27), the “Cold Water” artist announced his follow-up to 2015’s Purpose will be called Changes, and will arrive on Valentine’s Day (February 14) via RBMG/Def Jam Recordings.

Bieber broke the news of his fifth studio effort via Instagram as well as the all-red cover art for the LP, which features a shirtless, tattoo-laden Bieber striking a peaceful pose. To accompany the announcement of Changes, Bieber also released a new track from the project featuring Kehlani called “Get Me” to follow the album’s leader “Yummy.”

In addition, the “I Don’t Care” crooner also revealed dates for his “Changes Tour” in North America, which will run from May 14 to September 26, with Kehlani and Jaden Smith as opening acts. As previously reported, Bieber will support his new Changes era with his YouTube docu-series, Seasons, which touches on the vocalist’s long-awaited return to the spotlight. The first episode, aired January 27, is available to watch now.

During last week's album listening party in Los Angeles, Bieber recalled having “grown up in the industry” as well as some of the personal challenges he’s experienced over the years. In an emotional speech, he credited God for seeing him through those hard times. “I don’t even think I should be alive never mind thrive,” Bieber said, according to Variety. “There’s power in weakness,” he went on, and added that his album reflects that. "Thank you for loving me at my worst.”

In related news, the 25-year-old is the first artist billed to perform at the 2020 iHeartRadio Music Awards, airing Sunday, March 29.

Tickets for Bieber's new tour go on sale starting February 14 — purchase here.

Justin Bieber's "Changes Tour" 2020 North American Dates:

May 14 Seattle, WA – CenturyLink Field

May 17 Portland, OR – Moda Center

May 19 Sacramento, CA – Golden 1 Center

May 22 Santa Clara, CA – Levi’s® Stadium

May 26 San Diego, CA – Pechanga Arena San Diego

May 29 Pasadena, CA – Rose Bowl Stadium

June 2 Las Vegas, NV – T-Mobile Arena

June 5 Glendale, AZ – State Farm Stadium

June 9 Salt Lake City, UT – Vivint Smart Home Arena

June 13 Denver, CO – Empower Field at Mile High Stadium

June 16 Lincoln, NE – Pinnacle Bank Arena

June 19 Chicago, IL – Soldier Field

June 21 Minneapolis, MN – Target Center

June 24 Milwaukee, WI – American Family Insurance Amphitheater at Summerfest

June 27 Arlington, TX – AT&T Stadium

June 30 New Orleans, LA – Smoothie King Center

July 2 Houston, TX – NRG Stadium

July 6 Kansas City, MO – Sprint Center

July 8 Tulsa, OK – BOK Center

July 11 Nashville, TN – Nissan Stadium

July 13 St. Louis, MO – Enterprise Center

July 15 Little Rock, AR – Simmons Bank Arena

July 18 Atlanta, GA – Mercedes-Benz Stadium

July 21 Miami, FL – AmericanAirlines Arena

July 25 Tampa, FL – Raymond James Stadium

July 27 Columbia, SC – Colonial Life Arena

July 29 Greensboro, NC – Greensboro Coliseum

Aug. 1 Philadelphia, PA – Lincoln Financial Field

Aug. 4 Pittsburgh, PA – PPG Paints Arena

Aug. 6 University Park, PA – Bryce Jordan Center

Aug. 8 Columbus, OH – Ohio Stadium

Aug. 12 Louisville, KY – KFC Yum! Center

Aug. 14 Cleveland, OH – FirstEnergy Stadium

Aug. 16 Grand Rapids, MI – Van Andel Arena

Aug. 18 Lexington, KY – Rupp Arena

Aug. 21 Landover, MD – FedExField

Aug. 24 Buffalo, NY – KeyBank Center

Aug. 26 Albany, NY – Times Union Center

Aug. 29 Detroit, MI – Ford Field

Sept. 1 Ottawa, ON – Canadian Tire Centre

Sept. 3 Québec City, QC – Videotron Centre

Sept. 10 Toronto, ON – Rogers Centre

Sept. 14 Montreal, QC – Bell Centre

Sept. 17 Foxboro, MA – Gillette Stadium

Sept. 26 East Rutherford, NJ – MetLife Stadium

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